The Wildcat trnck men suffered
its first defeat of the season when
they were overcome by the Vnndcr
bilt thlnllcs on Stoll field last Saturday in a onc-sidmeet that
to 35'4 score.
in an 81
The Vandcrbilt team took first and
second in n majority of the races
and won more points than Ken
tucky in the field events. They
possessed a well rounded team that
proved too much for the Wildcats
who have to depend on a few
men to make sufficient
points to win.
The best performance for the local
team was made by the heavyweight
ed contented with a put of 38 feet
until he was pressed on his last
throw by James of Vandcrbilt.
Stepping into the ring he heaved
inches to win
the ball 41 feet 1
the event and set a new state record, surpassing that set by James
iof Kentucky last year.
McLanc won the broad Jump,
making 21 feet 7'6 inches. West of
Kentucky tied with Boylnnd of
for second place. Gibson
took second in the high Jump and
tied for first in the pole vault.
in a closeOwens won the half-mily contested race nnd Jones finished
second in the
The last half of the meet was
conducted in a drizzling rain which
rendered the track heavy and made
competition in the field events difficult. There were only a few spectators present.
Officials were: Tom Johnson, starter; Peak and Webb, Judges; Carnage and .Cohen, timers; Burca, shot
put, discus and Javelin Judge; EdJudge.
monds, broad and high-Jum- p
dash Shalp, Vandcrbilt,
first, Hunter, Vanderbllt, second;
Williams, Vanderbllt; tie. Distance,
10 ft. 4 in.
Shot put Urevig, Kentucky, first;
James, Vanderbllt, second. Distance,
41 ft. 1
first: Owens, Kentucky, second.
dash Shalp, Vanderbllt,
first: Catoc, Vanderbllt, second.
hich hurd es
Vanderbllt, first; Ewing, Vanderbllt,
High Jump Roberts, Vanderbllt,
first; oiDson, K.eniucKy, secona.
Distance, 5 ft. 6 in.
Discus throw Gibson. Vanderbllt,
first; Urevig, Kentucky, second. Dis
tance, 118 ft.
run Catoe. Vanderbllt.
Kentucky, second. Time
High Scorers of Girls' Rifle Team
COLONELS PRAY' SHOWERS HALT
o AGAIN IN VAIN!
Wildcats Down Centre.
at Danville for Third Suc
cessive Victory of Present Tennis matches arranged all of a
sudden between the University and
Above, left to right, are Mae Bryant, Sue Head, Elizabeth Skinner,
Anna Mae Stamper, and Elizabeth
Stamper, the girls who competed
in the Individual Rifle Tournament
which was held after the intercollegiate matches. Mac Bryant and
Elizabeth Skinner tied for first place
with a total average of 95.
The University Women's rifle
team has held matches with Nebraska University, Tennessee, Louisiana, Cincinnati and Northwestern
run Ireland. Vander
bllt. first; Picket, Vanderbllt, sec
ond. Time 10:2.
Her First Talking Picture
low hurdles Shalp. Vanderbllt, first; Weiman, Kentucky,
second. Time :26.3.
first: Rowell. Vanderbllt. second.
Distance, 164 ft. 6 in.
Broad lurnn McLane. Kentucky. Centre
Track Meet; U. K. Frosh
first; West, Kentucky, and Bayland,
Show Heels to Georgetown
Vanderbllt, tie lor secona. instance
21 ft. 74 In.
run Owens. Kentucky.
first; Pickering, Vanderbllt, second.
And the first shall be first and
the last will be accused of eating
Relay Vanderbllt, 3:3.1.
pickles and peanuts when the KenIn
tucky varsity track squad risks its
dignity to the prowess of the FreshDr.
man thinlies on Stoll field tomorrow afternoon.
The Cubs expect
to take at least four firsts and a
string of seconds.
nr .T w. Prvnr. hpad of the de
A meet between Kentucky and
partment o anatomy) and physiology, is the 'author of a paper on Centre freshmen, scheduled for toal
Courses," which is morrow, has been postponed until
published in the May issue of the next Wednesday afternoon, when
Journal of the Association of Am the two teams will meet on Stoll
erican Medical Colleges," This paper field.
The Kentucky frosh showed their
15c deals with of history of the estabMatinee
education heels to Georgetown last Friday,
at the University.
30c read by Dr. Pryor This the thirty- - taking every first place but one
Nights and Sunday
that in the pole vault In a dual
ninth annual vmeetlng or the as- meet on Stoll field. The final score
was 85 to 32.
The department 'of anatomy and
Babe Wright, football star, set a
physiology was a pioneer in the new state record for the shot-pu- t,
work of establishing
heaving the shot 40 feet, 2 inches.
education; there were only two This record, however, was shattered
schools, Harvard and John Hopkins, the next day by Urevig, Kentucky
to precede the University In the de- varsity field man, in a meet with
velopment of this field. To Dr. Vanderbllt.
Pryor goes most of the credit for
the development of the courses In Complete results follow:
dash Kelly (K), Lindthis department.
Dr. Pryor has been an active say (K). Time :10:5.
dash Kelly K) Lindsay
teacher at the University for 39
years, and previous to that he was (K). Time, :24.
dash Thorn (K), Pid-coemployed as medical examiner lor
Wpcpritlv hp was
NEXT SUN.-MO(K). Time :54.
run O'Bryant (W.Rob'retired by the University with the
title of Professor Emeritus of An- erts (G). Time 2:18.
O'Bryant (K), MorriMile run
atomy and Physiology, In order that
he may do more research work in son (K). Time 5:04.
Two-mirun Kurtis (K), Philhis particular field.
lips (G). Time 11:56:5.
low hurdles Butner (K),
Sign In Cash Store
Wilson (G). Time :28:5.
"Your Face May Be Good, but We
Can't Put It On the Cash Register."
(K), Wilson (G). Time :16:9.
Shot put Wright (K), VanHoose
(G). Distance, 40 ft. 2V in. (rec
Discuss throw Wright (K), Klst- ner (K)x Distance. 101 ft. 5li in.
Javelin throw Cavanna (K),Van
Hoose (G). Distance, 145 ft. 6 in.
Yates (K), Van
Hoose (G). Distance, 20 ft.
Roberts (K), Van
Hoose (G). Height, 5 ft. 9 In.
Wilson (G), Porter
(K). Height, 10 ft. 3 in.
Kentucky ( Thorn,
Evans, Hayes, Pidcock). Time 3:46.
157 E. HIGH ST.
H. M. DAVIS, Prop.
and last week closed the season. The
ten girls who represented the
and who will recelvn nnlnts
in W. A. A., are: Mae Bryant, Sue
Head, Elizabeth Cramer, Anna Mae
Stamper, Edith Greis, Laura K.
Vera Dodson, Myra Lake, Blllie
York and Elizabeth Skinner.
Although only ten girls represented the University in the Telegraphic
meets, approximately 75 came out
at the first of the season.
THINLIES Sororities Battle
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TO FACE VARSITY! Play Starts With 28 in SinKITTEN
Pryor Is Author
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In the fifth match Scnff, of Kentucky, had won the first set from
and Bach, of Kentucky, was behind Owens,
the rain halted the proceedings.
Although the Kentucky racket
wleldcrs experienced little difficulty
In showing their superiority over
their weaker opponents, there cropped out many minor faults which
must be ironed out before the coming matches with the larger and
stronger colleges of the South.
Bcrca College teams, ended all of
n sudden Saturday afternoon. Rain
put the players to rout soon after
the fourth and fifth matches had
gotten under way. Coach H, II.
Downing, of the Wildcats, believes
his crew is entitled to the victory
because the three matches that had
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Freshman engineers at the Uni
versity of Wisconsin are represented
with red, white or blue pine on an
elaborate scholarship map designed
and used by E. V. Millar, assistant
dean of the college of engineering.
A large map of Wisconsin is his
chart and colored pins, one for each
man, are placed at the high schools
is "trousfrom which the students were gradMrs. Hodge-Tommsingular or plural?
uated. Civil engineers are shown
Tommy Mitchell (after much deep by red pins, mechanical engineers
thought) Singular at the top and by black ones, chemical engineers
by pink, electrical engineers by orplural at the bottom.
ange and mining engineers by blue
A white dot on a pin Indicates
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shows that the student has been
advised to withdraw or already has
been dropped, and a blue ribbon pin
Work called for and delivered
tells that the student's marks are
good. By this method Dean Millar
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checks on the trends from the various high schools.
Dean Millar observes that the students who come from mining districts invariably enter mining engineering and those coming from
manufacturing centers go Into mechanical and electrical engineering.
The record is not continued after
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The Women's Athletic Association
tennis tourney has drawn a large
group of contestants for the singles
and the sorority doubles trophies.
Twenty-eiggirls have entered the
singles matches and eight sororities
are represented in the doubles.
In the singles Katherine Best
looks like the probable winner. She
is experienced on the courts and
has won tournaments in the Blue
Grass and in Louisville. Among
others who are favored are Mary
Brown, Mary Alex O'Hara, Christine Blakeman
Smith. Each player must have her
umpire and must turn in the re
sults of their games to Christine
Blakeman at Boyd hall. The first
round must be played by May 3;
second, by May 9; third, by May
15, and the fourth and finals by
The eight sororities that are entered in the doubles are Alpha Delta
Theta, Kappa Delta, Zeta Tau Alpha, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Chi
Omega, Delta Zeta, Alpha Xi Delta
and Alpha Gamma Delta. In the
first bracket the Alpha Delta Theta
team of Robinson and Smith will
battle the Kappa Deltas who are
represented by Spradlin and Patton,
while the Kappas with Best and
Wilson will play Spradlin and Bird
of the Zetas. In the lower bracket
the Chi Omegas with Brown and
Van Buskirk play the Delta Zeta
who are represented by Bull and
Finnell. Weldt and Poole. Alpha XI
Deltas, play Callison and Richardson of the Alpha Gams. Each team
must have its own umpire and report its results to Christine Blakeman at Boyd hall. The first round
must be played off by May 1, and
the finals by May 7.
Careful Watch and
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Coach Pat Dcvcrcaux's Wildcat
nine extended its winning streak to
three consecutive games at the ex-- 1
pense of the Centre College Colonels
last Saturday, outscoring them 10
to 3 on Cheek field in Danville.
McBrayer, making his first ap-- ,
pcarance on the mound for Kentucky, pitched a masterful game,
striking out 13 men and allowing
only seven hits. Kellogg, playing
in left field for Kentucky, smashed
out a home run in the sixth inning
scoring McBrayer ahead of him.
Cole and Mauser, each collecting
two hits, shared batting honors with
The Colonels threatened
scoring in the first inning on errors
by McBrayer and Toth and two
hits. Their one run looked big until
the third inning when Kentucky
counted three, only to have the Colonels tie it up in the fourth as the
result of a three-baggby Lewis
which scored Harris.
The 'Cats scored one more in the
fifth and broke loose in the sixth
to score six runs. Kelly opened
with a double and scored as the result of Pinson's error, on Layman's
grounder. Lavman wns snfp nt. first
, and went to second when Toth
(jut oy a pucnea oau. Barnes sin- (jitu iu uuny myman across ana
McBrayer's bingle scored Toth. Kellogg cleared the bases with a long
hit that eluded Shearer in center-fielLater in the same stanza Gilb
was safe on a fielder's choice and
scored on Cole's second hit of the
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